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... either she says amazing a visitor centre person that actually tells it like it is. We manage to get enough sun shine to walk down the Esplanade. The tide is out and it is maybe out about a kilometre and the town has put in a lagoon on the beachfront. It does seem a waste of beautiful beaches that you can never swim in due to crocs, stingers and sharks. We walk a fair way around the streets of Cairns determined not to miss a thing. Even the parking inspector makes comment that ...
... to see one in the river in the distance but sadly not close up. Back home we sat looking for the platypus again (Nia tried peering between the planks of the pontoon) but gave up when it grew too dark and the Guinea Fowl drove us crazy with their evening "song" (listen to the video). Just enough time to hand feed the ducks some corn before Nia's skype with a school friend in ...
... inland will already be completed flooded and that you probably won’t be able to swim in any rivers of the sea due to crocodiles inhabiting the area in recent years, “back in my day, you could swim in the creeks, rivers, sea no problem… not now!” So with that image firmly in our minds we definitely did NOT go for a swim that day!
Arriving to a pretty desolate Mission Beach in the pouring rain with strong winds, this wasn’t quite the ...
... t enough room on the bus thanks to the retard bus driver. The hostel got a bad review.
Got back to the hostel and went for a dip in the pool for a bit then had a shower.
Got to go and sit the hammocks for a while then. Were really nice with the trees and crickets.
Went and made food, had steak and rice. WAS very nice a filling.
Sat with the Macs and watched another film. Was dinner for schmucks this time.
... due to the height you're at, but the rush is huge especially when you take a moment to realise what you're doing. Then before I knew it, after free-falling 10,000ft in 1 little minute, the parachute was released and yanked us upwards harshly - potentially one of the happiest moments in my life with the realisation that I was not about to plunge to my ending anymore. The parachute down was still slightly nerve-racking as we were still above the clouds, ...